Politics in America has changed a lot since 2008. Super PACs and million dollar fundraisers have increased the importance of money in elections, and campaigns have developed strategies that shun engagement with broad swaths of the American people. Data-driven voter turnout requires less communication with persuadable voters and more mobilization of dependable supporters. Invitations to presidential campaign events are sent directly to proven fans, not curious citizens. These tactics win elections, but they rarely win hearts and minds. They prevent the creation of an inclusive political climate that fosters problem solving over partisan bickering.
Presevent tracks upcoming Election 2016 events, so that you can see presidential candidates on the trail before you see them in the White House.